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Change Avada Column Order on Mobile with CSS

Mobile First CSS /** * Fix the Staggered Problem for Mobile Stacking Order * * This is a mobile-first approach. */ @media all and (min-width: 767px) { #reverse-cols1 .fusion-builder-row.fusion-row { display: flex !important; flex-flow: wrap; flex-direction: row-reverse; } } You’ll need the rest of the tutorial with screenshots at the link below, thank you @Marklchavez, …

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Everything you need to know about ADA web accessibility lawsuits trend in 2020

As the shifting of commerce to the digital sphere has been growing by leaps and bounds, the volume of legal actions in response to the lack of web accessibility on business sites has skyrocketed reaching a tipping point of almost 180% increment in 2018. However, these figures only indicate the number of lawsuits actually filed …

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How to Regain Access to Your Google Analytics Account

Google Analytics is a great free tool for businesses to track and analyze website performance. However, not all business owners know their account credentials. You can always get your Google Analytics account password back if you own associated email account. But what if you have no idea who owns the Analytics account? It may be …

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The Type Designer’s Sophisticated Font Kit SALE Just $29

Are you looking for new tools to take your branding, print and digital projects to the next level? Look no further than the Type Designer’s Sophisticated Font Kit – a hand-picked selection of professional fonts that will blow your clients away! With a huge variety of classic and modern styles to choose from, this bundle …

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Add shadow text to Fusion Slider

Log into WordPress and navigate to: ‘Avada’ > ‘Theme Options’ > ‘Custom CSS’. In the Custom CSS field enter this text: /* fusion slider font styling*/ .tfs-slider .slide-content-container .fusion-sep-none h2, .tfs-slider .slide-content-container .fusion-sep-none h3{ text-shadow: 2px 2px 2px #000000; } Set the ‘text-shadow’ property to whatever you want. In this example it’s set to 2px …

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